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How could you discern that they were fraudulent calls?

Let us know the modus operandi so we can learn from 

your experience.

 

Myself, I appreciate having a phone number in an ad.

I might see an ad on a forum to which I don't belong,

and if there's no contact information, I can't send a

private message.  After all, most ads in Hemmings

Motor News and its website have phone numbers.

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2 hours ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

How could you discern that they were fraudulent calls?

Let us know the modus operandi so we can learn from 

your experience.

 

Myself, I appreciate having a phone number in an ad.

I might see an ad on a forum to which I don't belong,

and if there's no contact information, I can't send a

private message.  After all, most ads in Hemmings

Motor News and its website have phone numbers.

I remember back in the old days of Hemmings adding your phone number cost an extra seven cents, having it in the ad showed you were a high roller. bob 

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The shame is I remember back in the sixties when you could not post pictures, we would just talk to the seller on Hemmings and take their word for the quality. Never was disappointed, ever.  The world has changed.  If you had a part that someone needed to finish their project, money was not the major factor. God help us

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